Is this the World’s Best Bucket List ever assembled? I’m happy to announce that my expertise as a travel journalist was recognized today by the travel community and beyond with the publication of The World’s Ultimate Bucket List for 2018 includes some fantastic suggestions for future travel.
How Traveling Helps You Become Successful
“Traveling taught me how to open my eyes, pay attention to detail, be imaginative, think on the spot, be resourceful, ask for more information, take risks and give back,” said Gill, owner of Kristen Gill Media.
From classics (Maasai Mara, Galapagos) to little known gems (Wrangel Island, Chitwan), these are some of the greatest places on Earth to see and photograph fantastic wildlife, as picked by top wildlife photographers and travel bloggers.
Unhappy with the low-radar profiling of her country, a Harvard Business School graduate took matters into her own hands. The Result? An award-winning company promoting authentic travel experiences.
With his expeditions in six continents spanning 40 years, Mandip Singh Soin embodies the spirit of adventure.
Looking for an exciting destination to visit in 2018, but tired of browsing the same old places you’ve seen and heard about a million times? Destinations like France, Thailand, and Iceland are, of course, incredible – but what about travelers who really want to get off the beaten path?
I spent an exhilarating day biking Ireland’s Great Western Greenway trail in northwest County Mayo, and could not believe the beauty that surrounded me!
Beginning in the quaint town of Westport, the trail is over 42 kilometers long and passes through the towns of Newport and Mulranny, alongside the coast of Clew Bay, and ends up on picturesque Achill Island.
I was fortunate to get to explore Morocco’s hidden gems recently with a company by the name of Water by Nature. The owner and guide, Hamish McMaster, has water running through his veins. I was impressed with the passion he has for adventure on the water, and for sharing that passion with others, like myself. Our adventure would include white water rafting down the Ahansel River, through the Atlas Mountains, to Bin El Ouidane Lake in the middle of Morocco.
In the spirit of women helping empower other women in business, we proudly announce our 3rd annual scholarship. The Adventure Angels are a diverse group of women in the outdoor travel industry, dedicated to inspiring other women. Our mission is to support an outstanding female entrepreneur from a developing country working in sustainable adventure tourism. This scholarship, developed in partnership with the Adventure Travel Trade Association, will offer one winner the opportunity to attend th...
For the Geo Quiz, we are looking for a place in northwest Ireland where poet W B Yeats spent his childhood days and where stand up paddleboarding is a big tourist attraction.
Winner of the NATJA Gold award for "Travel Book"
The Photographing Tourist: A Storyteller’s Guide to Travel and Photography
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Beautifully illustrated with more than 300 photographs from around the world, and featuring twelve magazine-style travel narratives, The Photographing Tourist takes you on a journey to remote corners of our fascinating world. Through a blend of tips, techniques, advice, anecdotes, a...
More than half of U.S. workers left some vacation time unused in 2015, and Hotwire wants to make sure that doesn’t happen in 2016. Feeling conflicted about taking advantage of those vacation days? No need! According to Project Time Off, employees who take 10 or less days of vacation time are less likely to have received a raise or bonus in the last three years than those who took 11 or more days. If that isn’t enough motivation for you, it’s actually better for the U.S. economy if employees u...
While Kenya and Ecuador's Galapagos get the kudos, these lesser known wildlife hotspots, chosen by bloggers including Claudia Tavani and Kristen Gill, also deserve attention for whales, tigers and more...
As 2018 approaches us, it’s time to look back and reflect on the highs and lows of the year. 2017 truly was more dramatic and memorable than many other years in recent memory.
In the last twelve months, we took our cameras out to capture the total eclipse, used the hashtag #metoo to support the “The Silence Breakers," watched on loop the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle engagement, laughed and argued on Tr...